?This is the Genomics and Molecular Markers Laboratory of our Faculty of Agronomy, which will have unique technology in the country.
?This platform identifies genes in crops to improve seed yield, and is the only one that can perform large-scale genotyping analysis quickly.
?Currently, the work of the laboratory allows to provide national advice to Argentine SMEs seeking to improve their production.Ver artículo completo
On February 21, 2022, the National Seed Institute – INASE, through the Quality Assessment Directorate, informed said laboratory that is part of the Genomics and Improvement Platform managed by UBATEC of the completion of the audit carried out 28-12 -twenty-one.
¡The laboratory has complied with all the technical requirements!
On December 2, PGM and Computomics signed a collaboration agreement to complement their respective professional and technical services in the areas of genomics, assisted improvement for molecular markers, mass sequencing, genotypic selection, genotyping and metagenomics.Ver artículo completo
On Monday, November 25, 2019, the presentation of the Genomics and Improvement Platform (PGM) of the UBA, located in the Faculty of Agronomy of said University, was made.
The president of UBATEC, Dr. Lorenzo Basso stressed the importance of the PGM for the national seed industry and for animal improvement, highlighting the support of the National Agency for Scientific and Technological Promotion, through FONTAR, which totaled a close investment to $ 2,000,000.
On Thursday, November 21, the President of UBATEC, Dr. Lorenzo Basso signed the collaboration agreement with Ing. Agr. Daniel Pelegrina, President of the Argentine Rural Society. It has a series of common objectives for the purpose of providing service in the area of genomics. This will lead to the technological link between the Laboratory of Immunogenetics of the SRA and the Platform of Genomics and Improvement of the Faculty of Agronomy of the UBA.Ver artículo completo
Continuing with the strategic alliances, an agreement was signed with the company Granar Group based in Paraguay to work on the improvement through molecular markers seeking resistance in soybeans and other species to different pests.Ver artículo completo